Tips for Making and Keeping Friends

BE ACCEPTING.  Not all of your friends are going to think and act the same as you. BE A GOOD LISTENER.  Make sure to make eye contact and even respond to what they are saying. DON’T BE A SHOW OFF.  Not everyone you meet will have the same interests or abilities so don’t rub it in. DON’T JUST USE YOUR FRIENDS.  Don’t only want to … Continue reading Tips for Making and Keeping Friends

Toys Children Play With

It was the day after Christmas and two days after my son’s second birthday, where he got tons of toys for presents and what do we see him play with?  The box and peanuts a package came in on Christmas Eve.  Yep that is right, he wasn’t playing with any of his new toys….he was playing with a cardboard box and peanuts.  At that point … Continue reading Toys Children Play With

A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents Part 6

I stumbled upon The Logan Family Blog, while on Pinterest, and just had to share her post about A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents by Dr. Kevin Leman. 9.  Please don’t be afraid to leave for a weekend together.  Kids needs vacations from their parents, just as parents need vacations from kids.  Besides, it’s a great way to show us kids that your marriage is … Continue reading A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents Part 6

A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents Part 5

I stumbled upon The Logan Family Blog, while on Pinterest, and just had to share her post about A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents by Dr. Kevin Leman. 7.  Please give me the freedom to make decisions concerning myself.  Permit me to fail, so that I can learn from my mistakes.  Then someday I’ll be prepared to make the kind of decisions life requires of … Continue reading A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents Part 5

We are a SUPER MOM to our Children

I was reading this article where the mother talks about something that a lot of mothers go through.  The aftermath of mommyhood.  The sleepless nights, the hair undone, light make-up, the extra baby weight, the stretch marks….the list could go on and on, but to our children we are the best thing.  We are the super hero Mom. We are their comfort.  We are their strength. … Continue reading We are a SUPER MOM to our Children

This Works for Me: Music

I read this idea in Focus on the Family Magazine and just had to share! A mother asked how she can remove the parental advisory music from her daughters collection without taking it away.  The response  was to start a buy back program with your child.  Offer fair value and offer to buy back the music. By doing this, you are able to explain why … Continue reading This Works for Me: Music

A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents Part 3

I stumbled upon The Logan Family Blog, while on Pinterest, and just had to share her post about A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents by Dr. Kevin Leman. 3. Housework will always be there.  I’m only little for a short time-please take time to explain things to me about this wonderful world, and do so willingly. This is something I struggle with every week.  I … Continue reading A Child’s Ten Commandments to Parents Part 3